The county has released a breakdown of votes in the June 2022 primary divided by city. 10,234 ballots were cast out of 27,189 registered voters in West Hollywood.
Residents rallied by WeHo Councilmember Lindsey Horvath in her race for County Supervisor, while Sheriff Alex Villanueva came in third place in his race to be re-elected. Full results are below:
Some interesting stats: In the race for Los Angeles County Supervisor Race, West Hollywood City Council member Lindsey Horvath received 4420 votes, and there were 4496 votes against Horvath. Former West Hollywood City Councilmember Jeffrey Prang received 6295 votes in his race for Los Angeles County Tax Assessor.
In the race for House of Representatives for 30th Congressional District which includes West Hollywood, Congressman Adam Schiff received 7184 vores. In the race for Senator, Alex Padilla received 7199 votes from West Hollywood residents, and Governor Gavin Newsome received the 7499 votes. But the most popular West Hollywood politician was State Senator Ben Allen with 8051 votes.
In the race for Los Angeles County Sheriff, Alex Villanueva finished 3rd among West Hollywood votes with 1552 votes despite coming in first overall. Robert Luna who finished second in the final count also finished second among West Hollywood voters with 2729. But Eric Strong, a candidate featured in an exclusive WEHOville interview, finished first among West Hollywood voters with 2844 votes.